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Live on Friday: Guitarist Lynn McGrath

North Country classical guitarist Lynn McGrath is moving west this month to pursue her musical career. She joined Todd Moe in the studio this morning to share music inspired by Spanish poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, and his most popular work, Platero y yo.  Go to full article
Miguel Cortazar performs "The Poor Circus" Saturday at 2 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Canton
Miguel Cortazar performs "The Poor Circus" Saturday at 2 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Canton

The serious side of clowning at Potsdam

When we think of clowns, most of us imagine wild makeup, rainbow wigs and silly antics. But there's also a serious, sincere side to clowning. Miguel Cortazar, a native of the Basque Country in Spain, has been creating and performing solo works as a clown, mime and actor for over 20 years. He's performed throughout Europe and Mexico. His form of clowning around has been acclaimed for its poignant and comedic qualities. Todd Moe has this profile.  Go to full article

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